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  • Title: GOOD ROUTE - Dangerous Goods Transportation Routing, Monitoring and Enforcement
    Descriptive info: .. GOOD ROUTE - Dangerous Goods Transportation Routing, Monitoring and Enforcement.. Contact us.. GOOD ROUTE Overview.. Objectives.. Concept.. GOOD ROUTE Use Cases.. News.. Events.. Demos and Videos.. Results.. User forum.. Publications.. GOOD ROUTE Consortium.. News updates.. GOOD ROUTE 6th Newsletter.. Sixth newsletter published, 30 January 2009 Inside.. ICT in Transport Logistics International workshop successfully realized!.. The international workshop ICT in Transport Logistics, jo.. GOOD ROUTE 5th Newsletter.. Fifth newsletter published, 30 September 2008 Insi.. GOOD ROUTE Portal.. GOOD ROUTE Internal ftp.. Project start:.. 2006-01-01.. Project duration.. 36 months.. Contract number:.. IST-4-027873-STREP.. Programme:.. FP6-2004-IST-4.. Strategic objective:.. 2.. 4.. 12 eSafety- Cooperative Systems for  ...   ROUTE aims to develop a cooperative system for dangerous goods vehicles through route monitoring, re-routing (in case of need) enforcement and driver support, based upon dynamic, real time data, in order to minimise the Societal Risks related to their movements, whereas still generating the most cost efficient solution for all actors involved in their logistic chain.. Do you want to know more about GOOD ROUTE?.. This website has the aim to inform all interested persons about the project, its goals and achievements.. Please.. contact us.. if you need more information or if you have any questions.. Home.. Links.. Imprint.. Internal.. go to top..

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  • Title: GOOD ROUTE - Dangerous Goods Transportation Routing, Monitoring and Enforcement
    Descriptive info: Coordinator.. Dr.. Dimitrios Tzovaras.. Electrical Engineer, Ph.. D.. Researcher Grade B (Associate Professor).. Informatics and Telematics Institute (ITI).. Centre for Research and Technology Hellas (CERTH).. 1st Km Thermi-Panorama Road.. 57001 (PO Box 361).. Thermi-Thessaloniki, Greece.. Tel.. : +302310-487515.. Secretary : +30-2310-464160, (direct internal 177).. Fax : +30-2310-464164.. Email:.. Dimitrios.. Tzovaras@iti.. gr.. Technical Manager.. Evangelos Bekiaris.. Research Director.. Hellenic Institute of Transport (HIT).. 6th km Charilaou-Thermi Rd.. PO Box 361, 57001 Thermi.. Thessaloniki, Greece.. abek@certh.. European Commission Project Officer.. Wolfgang Höfs.. European Commision.. DG Information Society.. wolfgang.. hoefs@cec.. eu.. int..

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  • Title: GOOD ROUTE - Dangerous Goods Transportation Routing, Monitoring and Enforcement
    Descriptive info: Project Overview.. Several thousands of trucks carrying dangerous goods circulate within European roads on daily basis.. They utilise urban roads, rural roads, highways, tunnels and long bridges and in some case they are not allowed in some of them.. But the actual accident risk and impact when using secondary roads or other alternative ways is not calculated.. In addition, when due to unforeseen events (traffic jams, accidents, etc.. ) they need to change route, they do not have any particular guidance on the safest alternative nor are consequences of road choice to the business chain and societal risk calculated.. GOOD ROUTE aims to develop a cooperative system for dangerous goods vehicles routing, monitoring, re-routing (in case of need), enforcement and driver support,  ...   dangerous goods (according to ADR) with infrastructure based safety measures, context of transportation (i.. e.. level of loading) and vehicle characteristic, will be performed, dynamic data collection and fusion will be realised from Infrastructure to Vehicle (I2V)/ Vehicle to Vehicle (V2V) sources and a series of on-board sensors, risk calculation algorithms will be realised, leading to a new route guidance function, the "minimum risk route guidance".. The system will be integrated with an automatic, local node based, enforcement functionality and tested in 3 Pilots throughout Europe (in Finland, Switzerland and Italy), with emphasis in densely populated areas, tunnels and bridges.. In addition, rerouting info and estimated delays will be communicated to the vehicles logistic chain, thus optimally combining safety with transportation efficiency enhancement..

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  • Title: GOOD ROUTE - Dangerous Goods Transportation Routing, Monitoring and Enforcement
    Descriptive info: Project Objectives.. GOOD ROUTE aims to develop a cooperative system for dangerous goods vehicles routing monitoring, re-routing (in case of need), enforcement and driver support, based upon dynamic, real time data, in order to minimise the Societal Risks related to their movements, whereas still generating the most cost efficient solution for all actors involved in their logistic chain.. This aim is approached through the following main objectives:.. Critical analysis of dangerous goods accidents, relevant localisation and practices, and the needs of all actors involved in dangerous goods transportation (dangerous goods companies, transporters, drivers, recipient clients, transport infrastructure owners, authorities, etc.. ), to specify an integrated, cost-efficient, law-abiding, fair and modular system.. Development of a classification system and ontological framework between dangerous cargo, vehicle types and road infrastructure elements, to automatically permit or re-route specific dangerous good vehicles through specific road infrastructures (i.. tunnels, long bridges, etc.. ).. Development of a collaborative platform, that is able to gather and process in real time vehicle and cargo as well as environmental data (road status, unexpected obstacles, weather conditions, population density)  ...   all dangerous goods vehicles within a certain geographical area, provide the necessary traffic and environmental data to them and inform in real time their logistic chain for any unscheduled re-routing required.. Develop an on-board automatic data retrieval and storage system, to monitor key dangerous goods vehicle parameters (actual vs planned route, speed, weight per axle, etc.. ), able to supply it to local nodes (i.. police car at toll station or before tunnel/bridge, etc.. ), for enforcement purposes.. Develop optimal user interfaces for both the drivers of the dangerous goods vehicle and the control operator, to provide them with appropriate information and/or warning, without causing them workload enhancement or other unnecessary behavioural adaptations.. Integrate all functions on top of a vehicle prototype and test them in 3 Pilot sites, Europewide, to evaluate their reliability, usability, successfulness, cost-efficiency and thus estimate their potential safety impact and viability.. Involve all key actors in the dangerous goods transportation chain, as well as OEM's and sensor suppliers; to result to an optimal business strategy for wide and quick diffusion of the above system..

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  • Title: GOOD ROUTE - Dangerous Goods Transportation Routing, Monitoring and Enforcement
    Descriptive info: Project's Concept.. Dangerous goods are defined as the substances that can have harmful effects for human, environment and property.. The classification of Dangerous Goods follows the "ADR, Agreement concerning the International Carriage of Dangerous Goods by Roads" of 30th September 1957, that has been included in the Annex E of the ECE rules 1172/98, which has been reported by the directive 200017/CE of the 29th January 2001.. These risks exist due to the nature, the hazardous properties or the state of the above substances.. Each day, products defined as dangerous goods, that are necessary for maintaining European's quality of life, are transported from one point to another within or throughout Europe.. These transportations are too numerous to accurately record and are estimated in multi-millions per year.. With this amount of movements, there is great potential for endangering human life and damaging the environment through accidents during transportation.. For this reason many countries are currently providing regulations, so as to "handle" dangerous goods in terms of packing, loading, transport, unloading and unpacking.. Still, such rules are not always based upon rational policies nor solve the problem.. For example, by law today in Greece dangerous goods vehicles are not allowed to pass through certain new tunnels, the alternative roads though pass through densely populated areas, thus resulting still in a high risk situation.. One of the main reasons for not allowing such vehicles in general to go through specific infrastructure (i.. tunnels, long bridges) is the lack of knowledge of the  ...   road accident involving dangerous goods can be:.. different types of fires (pool fire, flash fire and jet fire),.. explosions (vapor cloud explosion - VCE, boiling liquid expanding vapor explosion - BLEVE), and.. release and dispersion of toxic substances (toxic gas cloud).. The most important hazards during the transportation of dangerous goods are due to possible loss of containment.. Release of flammable gases or vapors can end up to flash fire and VCE, while flammable liquids usually result in pool fires.. Jet flame is another type of fire that can be provoked by immediate ignition of a flammable gas released during an accident.. Also, the containment might undertake a BLEVE or other types of explosions.. In conclusion, flammable liquids result in fires rather than explosions.. Explosion hazards exist mostly in the cases where the transported substances are quite unstable.. If the dangerous good is toxic, its release will form a toxic gas cloud.. Toxic and corrosive substances can spread during a release just like liquids do.. Accident history has shown that the risks related to the transportation of dangerous goods can be of the same magnitude as those caused by fixed installations.. The management of risks involved in the transportation of dangerous goods has become a necessity.. This process should include early recognition of potential problems (by on-board units and infrastructure based info; both in a dynamic manner), information about actual cargo and driver status, optimal routing and/or re-routing and monitoring and enforcement of dangerous goods movements within the transportation network..

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  • Title: GOOD ROUTE - Dangerous Goods Transportation Routing, Monitoring and Enforcement
    Descriptive info: The final Use Cases, as these have emerged from the prioritisation of the user needs survey and the accident analysis investigation results are presented in the following.. In each Use Case the following fields are defined:.. Context of use.. This includes the description of the main use case, i.. routing, re-routing, etc.. Primary actor.. This is the actor who initiates the use case and may be the driver, the infrastructure, the company, the Police, etc.. Input (trigger).. This is the first action/request that is provided by one actor.. Output.. It is the feedback and the reaction of the system to the Input (trigger).. Main success scenario(s).. This includes the upper level description of the Use Case, taken  ...   are outlined.. The conditional parameters are the same in each case, however, the parameters identified that deal with the routing, re-routing, emergency, notification and enforcement functionalities of the system have been taken into consideration, whenever applicable for the use case and scenarios of use description.. UC1: Passport.. UC2: Route guidance.. UC3: Environmental-related re-routing.. UC4: Business-related re-routing.. UC5: Enforcement.. UC6: Logistics.. UC7: Emergency.. UC8: C2C communication.. UC9: Critical info.. The above Use Cases and scenarios of use constitute the basis for the formulation of the evaluation scenarios that are included in D7.. 1: Final Pilot Plans.. GOOD ROUTE Ontology.. The templates given below provide the GOOD ROUTE ontological framework.. Cargo Ontology.. Vehicle Ontology.. Driver Ontology.. Environmental Conditions Ontology..

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  • Title: GOOD ROUTE - Dangerous Goods Transportation Routing, Monitoring and Enforcement
    Descriptive info: 2009-01-30.. Sixth newsletter published, 30 January 2009.. Inside this issue:.. Brief presentation of the final GOOD ROUTE system.. Presentation of the GOOD ROUTE Pilot tests.. The potential of the GOOD ROUTE system and interviews from the main stakeholders.. Presentation of the ICT in Transport Logistics workshop results.. Download the.. newsletter.. and read more!.. 2008-11-05.. The international workshop ICT in Transport Logistics, jointly organized by the GOOD ROUTE and EURIDICE EU funded project was successfully realised.. The workshop took place near the heart of Switzerland in Lucerne, at the Hotel Schweizerhof.. The event attracted more than.. 60 participants.. from various companies and authorities involved in the transportation and logistics sector, but also people from research institutions.. The aim of this international workshop was to bring together different stakeholders in the area of transport logistics, ranging from developers to senior representatives of various organisations and companies, to discuss how recent ICT development could help the logistic sector to face the current crucial challenges of sustainability and economic efficiency.. Visit the.. events.. section of the website and read more!.. 2008-09-30.. Fifth newsletter published, 30 September 2008.. GOOD ROUTE Navigation module.. Presentation of the GOOD ROUTE HMI story board.. Presentation of the Logistics Support System.. Invitation to the ICT in Transport Logistics workshop.. GOOD ROUTE 4th Newsletter.. 2008-01-20.. Fourth newsletter published, 14 January 2008.. GOOD ROUTE System Architecture.. Presentation of the GOOD ROUTE On Board Unit.. Presentation of the GOOD ROUTE Core; the DSS module.. Presentation of the GOOD ROUTE Local Node.. Story books for Human-Machine-Interfaces completed.. 2007-12-13.. In October 2007 the last of the three major story books depicting the HMI was realised.. These story books contain the information needed to program the Human-Machine-Interfaces of the GOOD ROUTE System.. Each of the following user groups will be given a specific User Interface, allowing the GOOD ROUTE system to fit optimally into different work routines:.. The dispatchers at the logistics companies.. The operators at local infrastructure elements (such as tunnels, bridges).. The drivers.. Customers (consignors and consignees).. Mitigation bodies (such as local fire-fighters).. Based on the previously gathered needs of the different user groups and the technical outlines of the GOOD ROUTE system it was possible to define the user actions that would be necessary to complete the use cases.. Additionally, a warning and information strategy was developed for each user group.. Those user actions and the warning and information concept were transformed into a consistent HMI concept, while taking into account existing usability guidelines.. In February 2008, the HMI concepts will be tested by representative users.. The test results will be used to optimise the Human-Machine-Interfaces before the field test of the GOOD ROUTE system.. GOOD ROUTE Project 8th Plenary Meeting in Alba, Italy.. 2007-12-07.. The next meeting was initially planned for 27 and 28 of November 2007 in Alba (Italy), while a technical workshop was also scheduled in Turin on November 26.. The GOOD ROUTE Project Plenary Meeting was held December 13th 14th in Alba, Italy.. The meeting he meeting was designated to plenary presentations about past and ongoing tasks within the Work Packages and focused especially on the integration activities of GOOD ROUTE.. The workshop held on the first day, focused on the integration aspects and testing of the GOOD ROUTE system.. Turin was chosen as the meeting place as it is close to the Frejus tunnel, that is one of the GOOD ROUTE test sites.. GOOD ROUTE 3rd Newsletter.. 2007-10-05.. Third newsletter published, 26 September 2007.. focusing on the three different GOOD ROUTE pilot sites and the pilot plan for the final evaluation of the integrated GOOD ROUTE system.. Presentation of the GOOD ROUTE Pilot Site in Finland.. Presentation of the GOOD ROUTE Pilot Site in Switzerland.. Presentation of the GOOD ROUTE Demonstrator.. Presentation of the GOOD ROUTE Pilot Plans.. GOOD ROUTE Project 7th Plenary Meeting in Santorini, Greece.. 2007-09-22.. The GOOD ROUTE Project 7th Plenary Meeting was held September 13th 14th 2007 in Santorini, Greece.. The status of the project until the 7th plenary meeting realization was assessed.. The meeting was designated on plenary presentations on past and ongoing tasks within the WPs.. GOOD ROUTE Project 6th Plenary Meeting in Helsinki, Finland.. 2007-06-23.. The GOOD ROUTE Project 6th Plenary Meeting was held May 31st June 1st 2006 at DESTIA premises in Helsinki, Finland.. After the fifth and the sixth Project Plenary Meetings held at the Italian and the Swiss GOOD ROUTE test sites, the GOOD ROUTE consortium visited the third GOOD ROUTE test site, located at Finland.. DESTIA is one of GOOD ROUTE s test site partners.. GOOD ROUTE Project 5th Plenary Meeting in Lucerne, Switzerland.. 2007-03-20.. The GOOD ROUTE Project 5th Plenary Meeting was held March 13th 14th 2006 at GST premises in Lucerne, Switzerland.. The meeting  ...   read more.. GOOD ROUTE Project 3rd Plenary Meeting & Workshops.. The GOOD ROUTE Project 3rd Plenary Meeting was held on September 6th 7th 2006 at University of Stuttgart (USTUTT) premises at Stuttgart, Germany.. The meeting was designated to plenary presentations about past and ongoing tasks within the Work Packages and focused especially on the refinement of the GOOD ROUTE Use Cases.. The meeting successfully achieved its objectives; addressed the management and technical issues that have been scouted according to the plan, and established the detailed workplan for the following period.. In addition to this a technical workshop on GOOD ROUTE System Architecture and specifically on the Architecture of the On Board Unit of the vehicle (OBU), was held in conjunction with the plenary meeting.. GOOD ROUTE Newsletter.. 2006-08-03.. First newsletter published, 19 July 2006.. GOOD ROUTE objectives.. The challenge.. Pan-European workshop.. The GOOD ROUTE system.. and read more.. GOOD ROUTE Pan European workshop Taking the safest route; The GOOD ROUTEinitiative.. 2006-07-03.. The GOOD ROUTE consortium is pleased to announce the realization of the GOOD ROUTE Pan-European workshop Taking the safest route; The GOOD ROUTE initiative that will be held at the University of Stuttgart premises, in Stuttgart, Germany, on Friday the 8th of September 2006.. More information can be found at the.. section.. GOOD ROUTE Project 2nd Plenary Meeting & Workshops.. 2006-05-27.. The GOOD ROUTE Project 2nd Plenary Meeting was held May 25th & 26th 2006 at Universidad Politecnica de Madrid (UPM) premises at Madrid.. The meeting was designated to plenary presentations about past and ongoing tasks within the Work Packages.. Also two technical workshops were held in conjunction with the plenary meeting.. Workshop on Telecom Architecture and Standards and.. Workshop on Conflict Resolution.. GOOD ROUTE's next meeting in Madrid.. 2006-04-29.. GOOD ROUTE's next project meeting will be held in Madrid at the 25th and 26th of May in Madrid.. The meeting is orgnized by Universidad Politecnica De Madrid/Life Supporting Technologies (UPM/LST).. Life Supporting Technologies (LifeSTech) is a group for research, development and innovation, belonging to the Universidad Politecnica de Madrid (UPM) and dedicated to design, development and evaluation of services and applications based on ICT (Information and Communication Technologies), in order to create and promote new ideas, methods and technological solutions in every aspect of organizations value chain.. GOOD ROUTE goes online.. 2006-04-28.. GOOD ROUTE project has the aim to inform all interested persons about the project, its goals and achievements.. Therefore, this website has been created to give an overview about the project itself as well as up-to-date information.. While developing the website great effort has been invested to follow general usability guidelines to make GOODROUTE's website accessible for a wide range of different users.. The website development was done in cooperation between the Institute of Communication and Computer Systems (ICCS) and the University of Stuttgart (USTUTT).. Greek Workshop "GOOD ROUTE project user needs", 13 April 2006, Athens,Greece.. 2006-04-17.. The Greek workshop was held in the offices of ELPA in Athens, organised also by ELPA.. The aim of the workshop was the identification of the GOOD ROUTE project user groups' needs.. Prior to the workshop realisation, questionnaires aiming to track user needs were disseminated to a number of experts, including the workshop guests.. The workshop was attended by 8 external experts coming from several key actors sectors, including dangerous goods vehicle owners and public authorities such as the fire brigade and the traffic police.. The outcomes of the Greek workshop, consolidated with the other national workshops ones, will provide feedback for the identification of the priority application scenarios of GOOD ROUTE project; thus are considered highly valuable for the project progress.. the workshop agenda.. the workshop minutes.. Kick-off meeting in Thessaloniki, Greece.. 2006-03-11.. The GOOD ROUTE project kicked off!.. The GOOD ROUTE (Dangerous Goods Transportation Routing, Monitoring and Enforcement) project has officially started its activities with a kick-off meeting in Thessaloniki, Greece 27-28 February.. The ambition of GOOD ROUTE is the development of a system that will minimize the societal risks related to the movements of vehicles that transport dangerous goods, while it will still generate the most cost efficient solution for all actors involved in the logistic chain.. GOOD ROUTE will develop one demonstrator vehicle to show its concept.. The prototype will be tested in three pilot sites Europewide in order to evaluate the reliability, usability, successfulness and cost-efficiency and thus estimate the potential safety impact and viability.. Main results from the kick-off meeting are:.. a detailed planning of the first workpackage on system requirements, scenarios of use and user needs.. the establishment of two working groups:.. 1) the Architecture Task Force.. 2) Pilot Sites Task Force.. overview of the project and its workplan.. For more information, please contact the project coordinator: Dimitrios Tzovaras, CERTH/HIT (.. )..

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  • Title: GOOD ROUTE - Dangerous Goods Transportation Routing, Monitoring and Enforcement
    Descriptive info: "ICT in Transport Logistics".. Monday 3 Wednesday 5, November 2008.. Hotel Schweizerhof.. Luzern.. Schweizerhofquai 6002 Lucerne, Switzerland.. Dangerous.. Good.. s.. Transportation.. Rout.. ing,.. Monitoring and.. E.. nforcement.. Eur.. opean.. I.. nter-.. D.. isciplinary Research.. on.. ntelligent.. C.. argo for.. Efficient, Safe and.. nvironment-friendly.. Logistics.. With the support of.. Smart Freight Transport in.. Urban Areas.. Road Map for Radical.. Innovations in European.. Transport Services.. We are pleased to announce the realization of the joint GOOD ROUTE and EURIDICE International workshop, organised with the support of SMARTFREIGHT and ROADIDEA European Projects,.. The workshop was held at Lucerne, Switzerland, from Monday the 3rd of November to Wednesday the 5th of November 2008.. GOOD ROUTE is a EU co-funded specific targeted research project which aims to develop a cooperative system for dangerous goods vehicles through route monitoring, re-routing (in case of need) enforcement and driver support,  ...   to build an information services platform centred on the individual cargo item and on its interaction with the surrounding environment and the user.. For more information, you may refer to.. http://www.. euridice-project.. This International Workshop brought together all stakeholders in the area of transport logistics, such as experts, developers and senior representatives at companies and organisations involved in the logistics and road transportation sector, as well as representatives from the European Commission.. During the workshop, the GOOD ROUTE Closing Event took place where the results of the GOOD ROUTE project were presented and discussed.. The workshop also included plenary and keynote presentations from key stakeholders (EC, logistic chain representatives, transport authorities, researchers, etc.. Printable Version of the invitation and the workshop agenda.. Printable version of the news sheet.. Past Events.. Pan-European Workshop "Taking the safest route; The GOOD ROUTE initiative" in 2006..

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  • Title: GOOD ROUTE - Dangerous Goods Transportation Routing, Monitoring and Enforcement
    Descriptive info: Demos and videos.. GOOD ROUTE Project Video.. To watch this video, you need the latest.. Flash-Player.. and active javascript in your browser.. The Good Route DSS Simulator.. The GoodRoute Simulator is a Windows application that simulates the DSS (Decision Support System) operation, through a clear, detailed and configurable user interface.. It is used mainly for testing purposes within the development process of the DSS.. The DSS module is integrated into the application.. In its current form, the GoodRoute Simulator applies the DSS algorithms on the GIS data (road network and population distribution data), which it takes as an input, and provides the optimal route(s) as an output.. That output is displayed on the screen and can be also stored in a file.. The display of the network and population data, in addition to the proposed route(s) can be configured in several ways.. The GoodRoute Simulator can load a variety of GIS file formats, including ESRI shapefiles (SHP) and MapInfo files (MIF).. The population distribution data should be stored in a specially formatted text file, in the form of a grid, as there is no standard file format for this kind of information.. The road network consists of nodes and links.. Each link represents a road segment and lies between two nodes, its starting and ending node.. So, as one can assume, a node is the point where two or more links meet.. A link can comprise of a single straight line or a sequence of lines forming a curve.. Every link has associated properties, e.. g.. its length, the time it takes for a vehicle to traverse it, etc.. These properties can be time-dependent, that is varying through the day.. The population distribution data can also be time-dependent.. When time-dependent data exist, each day is segmented into a number of equally-sized time intervals.. In that case, the time-dependent properties have different values for every time interval, allowing the user of the application to simulate the changing traffic conditions and population distribution throughout the day.. Displaying the GIS data.. The user selects a network file and, optionally, a population grid file.. The road network and the corresponding population grid are displayed on the screen.. The display can be configured in several ways, e.. showing or not the nodes, the links and the population grid, showing the links as lines or curves, showing or not the direction of each link etc.. Different categories of links (roads) are displayed in different colours and line widths.. The population distribution is displayed in the form of a grid.. When time-dependent data is present, the user can select which time interval (s)he wants to see, through a pop-down menu.. The view can be zoomed to any level of detail, and it can also be scrolled via the scrollbars or by using the middle mouse button or the mouse wheel.. The user can also select a node or a link, using the left or the right mouse button respectively.. In that case a property palette appears, displaying information about the respective element.. The user can also force the view to focus on a particular node or link by providing its ID.. Calculating the route(s).. The user can provide the route manifest of a requested route (source and destination node, departure or arrival time, cargo parameters weather conditions, vessel parameters, substance parameters, etc.. ) through a number of forms, or  ...   stand-alone application and has the following system requirements:.. Microsoft® Windows® XP with service pack 2.. The GOOD ROUTE DSS Demo is opened by double-clicking the GoodRoute_Simulator.. msi file.. Please download the GOOD ROUTE DSS simulator demo and try it out yourself!.. OBU Data Fusion role in GOOD ROUTE System.. The role of the data fusion module inside the OBU is to serve as an interface between sensor data input and GOOD ROUTE control centre, roadside infrastructure and GOOD ROUTE portal.. The internal Data Fusion module architecture is illustrated in the following figure; it is separated into three individual sub-modules that deal with:.. Enhanced Vehicle Localization.. using the output of the two GPS sensors (one from the navigation unit and one additional from the OBU) and fusing their info with the vehicle dynamics data, available in the CAN bus;.. Preventive Diagnosis and Risk Classification.. after systematic processing of the collected data in order to classify the risk of the following failures: engine start up, stop and go profile, waiting at traffic light 1 (acceleration), waiting at traffic light 2 (clutch) and speed profile in highway;.. Statistical Analysis.. of the data coming from the vehicle's sensors, including engine and fuel temperature, engine speed, status of the clutch and break switch etc.. All in all, the result of the relevant workpackage (WP3) is an OBU that is able to fuse all available information coming from the sensors, supports the DSS of WP2 and provides support to the dangerous goods driver.. The GOOD ROUTE data fusion module is assigned with the sensors' data fusion task, so as to support the relevant GOOD ROUTE use cases.. OBU DF internal modules.. GOOD ROUTE OBU data fusion simulator.. The GOOD ROUTE OBU data fusion simulator is a Matlab application that was built for simulating and testing purposes of the GOOD ROUTE OBU data fusion module.. It has a clear, detailed and highly configurable user interface, and it is used mainly for testing purposes, within the development process of the OBU data fusion module.. The data fusion module is integrated into the application, but will take the form of a stand-alone library during the integration stage of the project.. In its current form, the GOOD ROUTE OBU data fusion module simulator applies the.. Enhanced vehicle localisation.. (ELV), the.. Preventive diagnosis and risk classification.. and the.. Statistical analysis.. as an output.. That outputs can be displayed on the screen.. GoodRoute Demo is a stand-alone application and has the following system requirements:.. Microsoft® Windows® XP/NT 4.. 0 with service pack 2.. MATLAB® Component Runtime installed.. The GOOD ROUTE On Board Unit Data Fusion demo is opened by double-clicking the "goodrout.. exe" file.. Operation of the GOOD ROUTE Simulator.. The main menu of the GOOD ROUTE data Fusion Simulator is depicted in the following figure.. It encompasses an HMI which visualises the functionality of the Enhanced Vehicle Localisation module, while it also includes a link to both the Preventive Diagnosis and Risk Classification, and the Statistical Analysis Simulators.. GOOD ROUTE OBU Data Fusion Simulator main menu.. The detailed functionality as well as the way to use the simulator, are described in GOOD ROUTE Del.. 3.. 2 "On board data fusion algorithm", as well as in the public version of the aforementioned deliverable, uploaded to the GOOD ROUTE website:.. On board fusion algorithm.. Please download the GOOD ROUTE simulator demo and try it out yourself!..

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  • Title: GOOD ROUTE - Dangerous Goods Transportation Routing, Monitoring and Enforcement
    Descriptive info: Summary Statement by the European Commission.. Please follow.. this link.. for the article.. Work Package 1.. Del.. No.. Deliverable Name.. Lead participant.. Dissemination level.. Delivery date.. D1.. 1.. Scenarios of use and dangerous goods ontological framework.. CERTH / HIT.. Public.. Month 9.. Work Package 2.. D2.. Risk estimation algorithms.. CERTH / ITI.. Confidential, with short public version.. Month 18.. 2.. Minimum Risk Route Guidance System.. PTV.. Month 20.. Work Package 3.. D3.. ICCS.. OBU.. CRF.. Month 22.. Work Package 4.. D4.. Semantic Service Network and Control Center data fusion algorithms.. TID.. Control Center and Logistic chain support modules.. Work Package 5.. D5.. Enforcement system specifications.. Month 11.. Enforcement  ...   Restricted to project participants, EU and User Forum members.. Pilot results consolidation.. FINRE.. Month 32.. Work Package 8.. D8.. GOOD ROUTE Ethics Manual.. COAT.. Month 5.. Training Schemes for DG Drivers and Traffic Control Operators.. Towards Required Standards.. ELPA.. Month 34.. Work Package 9.. D9.. Project logo, www site, leaflets, posters.. Month 3.. Extended market report on GOOD ROUTE applications and preliminary exploitation strategy.. CBA and CEA on developed applications.. Exploitation and Business Plans.. Month 35.. Work Package 10.. D10.. Project Management, Quality Assessment plan, Project scheduling, communication and reporting tools.. CERTH/ ITI and ICCS.. Restricted.. Project Presentation.. Month 2.. Final report.. Confidential, with public version.. Month 36..

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  • Title: GOOD ROUTE - Dangerous Goods Transportation Routing, Monitoring and Enforcement
    Descriptive info: GOOD ROUTE User Forum aims to diffuse the project knowledge and results and to guarantee the guidance and feedback from all key actors in the field.. In addition, interaction with relevant projects will be facilitated by the GOOD ROUTE User Forum.. The User Forum has a key role not only to the dissemination of GOOD ROUTE project but also to the exchange of information, the evaluation of GOOD ROUTE concepts, designs and results.. Members of the GOOD ROUTE User Forum can:.. receive requests for comments and data by the project on a frequency of 3 months the most and, if applicable and possible, provide available data,.. receive invitations to project events,.. obtain early information on the project s achievements,.. acquire the  ...   project.. Your participation in the GOOD ROUTE User Forum involves your contribution throughout the duration of the project, as well as a number of benefits concerning the project achievements and outcomes.. Please subscribe to the GOOD ROUTE User Forum! (* this information is required).. Contact details.. Title*.. Mr.. Mrs.. First Name*.. Surname*.. Job title (e.. Director)*.. Department.. E-Mail*.. Telephone*.. Mobile.. Fax.. Company / organisation details.. Company / organisation*.. Address*.. Town/city*.. Country*.. Post code*.. Web URL.. General information.. Which of the following best describes your job function?.. Infrastructure management.. DG transportation management.. DG vehicle driver.. Enforcement personnel.. Certified ADR surveyor.. Other.. Which topic areas would you be most interested in involving with in the future?.. Technology.. Policy.. Case studies.. Applications.. DG management/handling systems..

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